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Managing WebLogic Security

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Overview of Security Management


How Security Changed in WebLogic Server 7.0

Change in Scope of Security Realms

What Are Security Providers?

Security Policies Instead of ACLs

WebLogic Resources

Deployment Descriptors and the WebLogic Security Providers

The Default Security Configuration in WebLogic Server 7.0

Configuration Steps for Security

What Is Compatibility Security?

Management Tasks Available in Compatibility Security

Configuring WebLogic Security

Defining Groups

Defining Users

Protecting User Accounts

Unlocking a User Account

Providing WebLogic Server Users Access to Other Applications

Protecting WebLogic Resources

Understanding Roles

Default Global Roles and Permissions

Default Group Associations

What Is a Role Statement?

Defining Global Roles

Removing a User, Group, or Time Constraint From a Global Role

Deleting Global Roles

Creating Scoped Roles

Understanding WebLogic Security Policies

Default Security Policies

What Is a Policy Statement?

Deleting a Security Policy

Removing a User, Group, or Time Constraint From a Policy Statement

Configuring the Embedded LDAP Server

Configuring Backups for the Embedded LDAP Server

Customizing the Default Security Configuration

Why Customize the Default Security Configuration?

Configuring a WebLogic Adjudication Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Auditing Provider

Choosing an Authentication Provider

Configuring an Authentication Provider: Main Steps

Setting the JAAS Control Flag Attribute

Configuring an LDAP Authentication Provider

Requirements for Using an LDAP Authentication Provider

Configuring a LDAP Authentication Provider

Setting LDAP Server and Caching Information

Locating Users in the LDAP Directory

Locating Groups in the LDAP Directory

Locating Members of a Group in the LDAP Directory

Configuring a WebLogic Authentication Provider

Configuring a Realm Adapter Authentication Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Identity Assertion Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Authorization Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Credential Mapping Provider

Configuring a WebLogic Role Mapping Provider

Configuring a Custom Security Provider

Deleting a Security Provider

Creating a New Security Realm: Main Steps

Loading Security Data from Deployment Descriptors into the Security Providers

Changing the Default Security Realm

Deleting a Security Realm

Using Compatibility Security

Setting Up Compatibility Security: Main Steps

Changing the System Password

Specifying a Compatibility Security Realm

Configuring the File Realm

Configuring the Caching Realm

Configuring the LDAP V1 Security Realm

The Difference between the LDAP V1 and LDAP V2 Security Realms

LDAP Realm Performance Tips

Restrictions When Using the LDAP Security Realm

Configuring an LDAP V1 Security Realm

Configuring an LDAP V2 Security Realm

Configuring the Windows NT Security Realm

Updating Users Permissions for Windows NT and Windows 2000

Configuring the UNIX Security Realm

Configuring the RDBMS Security Realm

Installing a Custom Security Realm

Defining Users in the Compatibility Realm

Defining Groups in the Compatibility Realm

Defining ACLs in the Compatibility Realm

Protecting User Accounts

Using a 6.x Auditor with Compatibility Security

Configuring the SSL Protocol

SSL Protocol: Introduction

Private Keys, Digital Certificates and Trusted Certificate Authorities

One-Way and Two-Way SSL

Setting Up the SSL Protocol: Main Steps

Obtaining Private Keys, Digital Certificates and Trusted CAs

Using the Cert Gen Utility

Using the Certificate Request Generator Servlet

Converting a Microsoft p7b Format to PEM Format

Storing Private Keys, Digital Certificates, and Trusted CAs

Creating a Keystore and Loading Private Keys and Trusted CAs into the Keystore

Configuring the WebLogic Server Keystore Provider to Locate a Keystore

Enabling the SSL Protocol

Setting Attributes for One-Way SSL

Setting Attributes for Two-Way SSL

Command-Line Arguments for the SSL Protocol

SSL Session Behavior

Using the SSL Protocol in a Cluster

Using a Hostname Verifier

Configuring RMI over IIOP with SSL

Configuring Security for a WebLogic Domain

Enabling Trust Between WebLogic Domains

Configuring Connection Filtering

Using the Java Security Manager

Setting Up the Java Security Manager

Modifying the weblogic.policy file for General Use

Setting Application-Type Security Policies

Setting Application-Specific Security Policies

Using the Recording Security Manager Utility


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